Maybe I just don't see it here or at the PPC site ?
What are the PPC APN settings for a HTC Droid Incredible ?
I have to change from a flip to a smart phone this weekend.
LycaMobile-v1 PayG 2013-2016
Puppy Wireless-Test 2014
Red Pocket-eBay 2016-TBD (Primary)
FreedomPop-GSM 700MB/Mo Free 2016-TBD
Ericsson AF738 Jul01-Dec03
Qualcomm QCP 2760 Dec03-Feb08
LG VX-8600 Feb08-Apr10
Samsung Omnia SCH-i910 Apr10-Nov11
HTC Droid Inc ADR6300 (CM7.2) Nov11-Jun13
HTC Droid Inc 2 ADR6350 (CM7.2) Jun13-May15
LG G2 VS980 (Rooted/De-Bloated) May15-TBD
That's what I need to know then. Its for a friend. I have a i777 on ST.
I'll do the ota then.
I'm sure you know you're stuff and thanks.
I've just bought a Smart Phone I959-5.0 with Android 4.0. It's great but I can't ajust the settings for internet with my SIM card. The last screen is as if it is inactivated for new APN. I tap on it and nothing happens. I've got wifi, bluetooth and GPS, but no internet without wifi. Anyone know what I can do?
I've visited many forums and read about the Roaming problem these phones have and I don't know if it's got anything to do with it.
Thanks a bunch if you do know and can help. I've already asked for help from my friendly IT neighbour, poor guy as he really tried loads of stuff and no result!
http://www.geekbuying.com/item/SCH-i...ue-318621.html It's GSM and will never work on PagePlus.
My site: PrepaidPhoneNews.com My other sites: wapreview.com, boostapps.com
http://www.dhgate.com/store/product/...172947586.html, similar to the link above, also indicates that this is a GSM only phone, and as indicated above, a GSM only phone can't be used on a CDMA service like PPC
Thanks for your help, so I guess there really is no solution to this.
I'm with a phone company which offers internet and calls at low cost. If they changed my SIM card with a different contract, would that help?
@Andymarybarker: There is no short answer to your question without more questions first. Your phone is a GSM phone, and in the US it will only run on AT&T and/or T-Mobile, along with MVNO (prepaid carriers) that contract with those two. To use your phone, you'll need a SIM card and a plan from one of those companies. If you phone is unlocked you can pretty much use any of them. If it is still locked to a carrier, then you must use that carrier or one of its MVNOs (prepaids). If you use Straight Talk or Net10, you'll still have to know whether your phone is locked to AT&T or locked to T-Mobile so you order the right SIM card.
For sure, though, your phone is not going to work with Verizon or Sprint, or any of their MVNOs (prepaids) like PagePlus, Selectel, Boost, Virgin Mobile, etc.